Legacy Story Library

The December 21, 1988 terrorist attack profoundly changed the lives of tens of thousands of people around the globe including Americans, Scots, survivors, responders and victims' families from 21 countries. From this tragedy emerged stories of loss, sacrifice, hope, resilience, generosity, and advocacy. Our hope is to create an archive of your extraordinary stories, told first-hand, in your own voice, to inform and inspire for generations to come. 

Your story is our history.

Tell your unique story about how the December 21, 1988, terrorist attack impacted your life. Click here for helpful and inspirational prompts to assist you with telling your legacy story.

All Stories
  • Accidental Activist Stories
  • Champion of Truth Stories
  • First Responder Stories
  • Hometown Hero Stories
  • Justice and Accountability Stories
  • Precedent-setting Change Stories
  • Survivor Stories
  • Other Stories

Your story is our history

Give voice to your unique story about how the December 21, 1988, terrorist attack against America impacted your life. Preserve your memories and legacy by helping to create the most extensive curated digital library of personal Pan Am 103 Lockerbie stories for our Historical Archives.

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